Sunday School isn’t just for kids! Adults find it is a great place to meet folks who are asking questions about faith, life and the Bible, just like you! Relevant studies, regular social events and mission work, and caring networks of friends are the hallmarks of our Sunday school classes. You are encouraged to check them all out!

Gather at the Coffee Bar at the north end of the narthex throughout the morning to find a variety of hot beverages and warm conversation!

The Grace of Les Miserables - Join the conversation with Pastor Mike as we unpack the wonderful Lenten themes woven throughout this powerful story of grace and redemption. Sundays in Lent 9:40-10:35 am or Thursday mornings at 10:00 am starting March 5. Please sign up in the Narthex.

Faithful and Inclusive: A Sunday Morning Study - Join Adam Barlow-Thompson in a 6 Week study about human sexuality and our beliefs as United Methodist Christians. This video series will dive into the scriptures, our traditions as a church and the topic of inclusion for LGBTQ people. The class will gather on Sunday Mornings at 9:40am in A1. Contact person: Ashley PBT at

Facetime with Pastor Ashley (Connecting Link) Grab a cup of joe and a treat! Enjoy casual conversation and prayers and leave with inspiration for your week! Join Ashley PBT and the FaceTime Crew is diving into a new study on the poetry of Wendell Berry this Lent! Join us to hear beautiful words and be inspired this lenten season! We will see you in the connecting link (just outside of the gym) each Sunday at 9:40am!

R³ (Room A-7) R-cubed is a class of friendly, open minded, laid back people who like to discuss a variety of topics. The lessons are independent in this guilt-free “come and go” class. Recently we discussed “simplify your life“ to have more time and energy for Christian activities as well as becoming more informed on environmental issues. We are mission oriented, invite speakers and organize collections, such as our toilet paper drive. Connection person: Donna Gorton

Faithful Connections (Room A-8) We are a group who likes to discuss questions and make terrible puns along the way. Two or three members take turns teaching the class for a month or two at a time. In the past, we have done Bible studies as well as curricula focused on current issues or written by well-known ministers and theologians. We also like video-based studies. Most of us are couples with grown children (and some grandchildren). Connection person: Shelly Wolff

New Life Connections (Room A-4) We are a class building on the knowledge and skills to develop our spiritual and personal lives through the use of the Bible, study guides, and the exchange of life experiences, challenges and encounters. We are singles and couples, empty nesters, parents of elementary and high schoolers with diverse experiences and beliefs. Come join us! Connection person: Karla Stenzel

Seekers (Room A-3) Seekers is an adult Sunday school class with a wide diversity of ages and opinions. We use the scripture-based Methodist Adult Bible Study curriculum. Our class style includes a LOT of discussion and class input. Social activities include an evening of fellowship and dining once a month—either at area restaurants, in class members’ homes or at the church in a potluck setting. (After all, we ARE Methodists!)

Some Assembly Required (SAR) (Room A-2) We are a class of mostly fifty-something plus or minus: with school and college-age families. Our current curriculum ranges from biblical based studies to current topics. Our social committee plans social events and our mission committee organizes several mission projects a year. Connection persons: Jim Steck and Dan Smading

Ages and Stages (Room A5/6) In addition to utilizing the Adult Bible Studies series, this class discusses issues and concerns relating to our everyday lives. Ages and Stages welcomes all ages both single and married. The class has an informal structure. Connection person: Janice Kuttler